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Quantum and classical information processing with a single quantum dot in photonic crystal cavity
2010 22nd International Conference on Indium Phosphide and Related Materials (IPRM)
Quantum dots (QDs) coupled to photonic crystal cavities are interesting both as a testbed for fundamental cavity quantum electrodynamics (CQED) experiments, as well as nano-scale devices for optical quantum and classical information processing. In addition to providing a scalable, robust, on-chip, semiconductor platform, this coupled system also enables very large dipolefield interaction strength, as a result of the field localization inside of sub-cubic wavelength volume (vacuum Rabi frequencydoi:10.1109/iciprm.2010.5516293 fatcat:fzbuzfzayfgsjnkp4isohil3oy